Recently, we profiled six places to buy double cone “bowtie” sconce lights — and now, for those times when a single sconce will do, here is our roundup of research identifying five places where you can buy single-cone sconce lights — starting at just $50.
1. Cone lights from Practical Props
Their newly released single cone and double cone swiveling pinhole lights — available in brass or aluminum — are not only great retro reproductions, but at $69 for a single and $99 for a double, they are pretty affordable, too.
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2. Cone lights from Rejuvenation
Rejuvenation also offers both single and double cone lights — their design have a more bulleted shape. These sconces — which also pivot and have the lovely pinholes — come in nine different finish choices — antique copper, black enamel, brushed nickel, burnished antique, oil rubbed bronze, old brass, polished chrome, polished nickel and unlacquered polished brass.
Prices on these models $275 for a single cone and $400 for a double cone sconce — quite a bit more than Practical Props, but if you prefer the design and/or want the wider array of finishes, we say go for it — choose the design that will make you happiest for years to come.
3. Cone lights from Hip Haven
Hip Haven’s spun metal bullet lighting collection offers an impressive number of options including 10 shade profiles in small, medium and large bullets — all available in a wide variety of colorful finishes or simply clear coated spun aluminum. Prices for spun aluminum sconces range from $60-$250 depending on size, style and other chosen configurations.
Hot off the presses, Hip Haven is in the process of rolling out new molded fiberglass bullet lighting based on the classic fiberglass bullet shades — made using the same production techniques as the vintage originals — compression molded fiberglass with integral pigment. As of right now, the company is only selling the fiberglass cone light fixtures in ivory, but they plan to roll out additional colors and new vintage-inspired designs later in the year. Prices on these fixtures range from $100-$350.
In addition, Hip Haven has acquired a limited supply of NOS bullet shades in select colors and sizes, which the company can make into UL listed fixtures for your specific needs, while supplies last. Contact Hip Haven for more information on NOS bullet shade lighting.
- Shop spun metal, molded fiberglass and NOS vintage single and double cone light sconces at Hip Haven
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4. Cone lights from Jonathan Adler
Jonathan Adler offers both a single and double cone light wall sconce in white metal with a polished nickel wall plate. The shape of these lights are more of a partial-bowtie instead of a simple cone and instead of the random pin holes found on some of the other cone light options, these pretty white shades are perforated with a teardrop pattern. These bowtie cone light sconces are priced at $195 for the single and $250 for the double sconce.
5. Cone lights from Remcraft
Remcraft offers a variety of different shapes of retro aluminum sconces — including bullet, cone and Swedish modern bullet — including several designs that are rated for outdoor use. Each cone design is available with one, two or three light sconces per fixture. The fixtures are available in a variety of sizes and finishes including satin aluminum, grey, black, white, bronze, rust and verde.
Wow. I’m dizzy seeing cone lights.